Radio amateurs step up HF noise floor monitoring

It is a well-known fact that many new electronics devices becoming available on South African market do not comply with EMC and EMI standards. In many instances standards and regulations cannot keep up with technology developments often resulting in unintended interference consequences affecting radio communication. Some of the current developments include magnetic charging devices of […]

Radio amateurs are serious about the rising RF noise floor

  Radio amateurs are serious about tackling the problem of RF pollution and the resultant increase in the radio frequency noise floor. Since the beginning of the year interest groups have sprung up in various countries around the word and national amateur radio organisations are taking a serious stand and in several countries are accusing […]

Space is good for amateur radio: the story of SunSat

  It has been written and spoken about that amateur radio is a pasttime that contributes to communication, electronic and space activity development and training. In fact it is contained in the ITU definition of amateur radio: “A radio communication service for the purpose of self-training, intercommunication and technical investigations”. For amateur radio to stay […]

Amateur radio empowers learners to choose sustainable careers

  To create a knowledge and manufacturing economy South Africa needs to concentrate on training engineers with the right qualifications. Over time the perception has taken hold of some young people that engineering is not cool. If this is the perception, what are we doing about it?  It is up to engineers to make engineering […]

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